[ US /ˈtʃitɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈiːtɪŋ/ ]
  1. a deception for profit to yourself
  1. not faithful to a spouse or lover
    adulterous husbands and wives
    a two-timing boyfriend
  2. violating accepted standards or rules
    a dirty fighter
    fined for unsportsmanlike behavior
    used foul means to gain power
    a nasty unsporting serve
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How To Use cheating In A Sentence

  • Payoffs and kickbacks and cheating and lying to the public are a way of life.
  • It was so obvious they have had contact since NZ and this was a scripted farce to deter us from the fact that Jason Mesnick the most hated man in America and his ice princess walk of shamer Molly WERE CHEATING. Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
  • It's a real dilemma but please don't think of cheating or tricking your partner. The Sun
  • cheating is wrong
  • If I catch you cheating, you'll be for the high jump.
  • It was reminiscent of the television commercial which shows a cheating singer being chased out of a platteland town when a record he mimes to gets stuck.
  • The case centred on a postnuptial agreement signed by the couple in 2010 after he was caught cheating on her. The Sun
  • Golf superstar Tiger Woods and TV celebrity Jesse James have seen their lives unravel amid revelations of cheating on their spouses, in part by arranging liaisons via text messages.
  • The textured fabric mimics the drag-cheating efficiency of sharkskin.
  • Playing the game fairly means not bending the rules because you feel sorry for someone or cheating because you think your opponent doesn't deserve to win.
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